Best quality for exporting .wav stems

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tomo52
 
Jan 04, 2009 (11:11)
I have backing tracks made in FL studio with various different sequenced instruments (piano, cello, etc) that I export as seperate stems (wav) to import into Adobe Audition (multi-track wav editor). The backing track is mixed as I want it in FL studio (all the parts at the right volume). Obviously when I export the stems with their current volume level the wavs come out smaller than normalised (sometimes tiny if it's a synth pad or something) My question is... does this effect the quality of the audio as it is not making full use of the bit depth? Should I go through each instrument and get it as close to 0db as possible and then remix the levels in Audition to get a cleaner sound? Sounds right to me but just wondered if mr. or ms. braniac out their could give me a heads up...

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nucleon
 
Jan 04, 2009 (12:36)
If Audition accepts 32bit float wavs use those....

PhaseShift
 
Jan 04, 2009 (20:13)
Yeah, like nucleon said use 32-bit float and yo...

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